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Maya The Bee Movie Premier Event

Posted on Sep 16, 2015
Maya The Bee Movie Premier Event

Not only is it Spring, and the weather is fine, but this is the time of year where things really start to happen! End of year jols, summertime escapades! And this last weekend was no different! On our side of the world, we were wrapped up in all the buzz and excitement felt by entertainment lovers enjoying the first sneak peak of the Maya The Bee movie premier.

We were there with our GlamCam Photo Pods to capture the magic and excitement on the faces of movie fans of all ages and it was a bee-oootiful event, in each location we visited!

GlamCam Heightens The Buzz

Who wouldn’t be excited for Maya The Bee? We’re not joking when we say there were movie fans (and Maya fans) of all ages, shapes and sizes at the events we were a part of. We got to set up our open air photo booth that was branded with adorable Maya The Bee imagery, before welcoming all the smiling fans to have their photos taken. We literally got to take the Maya photo booth magic all over South Africa to events in Cavendish Mall in Cape Town, Gateway in KZN, Brooklyn Mall in Pretoria, Maponya Mall in Soweto, and The Zone in Rosebank. So much fun that we are grateful to have been a part of!

Maya The Bee Movie Summary

Depending on your age, you might remember Maya The Bee from a daytime cartoon that aired on television decades ago. This busy little bee is now back on the big screen in a colourful and funny movie that is set to charm and entertain. Maya is an inquisitive bee who dreams of freedom and sets out on an exciting adventure with her friend, Willy. She makes friends with all sorts of insects and finds herself quite wrapped up in the beauty of the meadow outside her hive. When the queen bee’s royal jelly is stolen, Maya gets involved in investigating what happened, with all her new found friends to help her.

We know you’ll love the underlying message of the movie, as well as the stunning animation and humourous anecdotes. The movie opens at cinemas around South Africa on 18 September, and what’s more, it’s being released in three official languages in SA:

  • Maya the Bee in English
  • Maya die By in Afrikaans
  • And uMaya Inyosi in isiZulu

How cool is that? Just in time for Heritage Day too.

If you’re looking for a way to spruce up your end of year event or create an unforgettable experience at your next function, contact us to see how we can help!

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